Hedge Connect Review: Lending Ponzi Scheme ICO

Hedge Connect claims to have a trading bot capable of felling posts, reviews and sentiments on social media for manipulating the cryptocurrency market. If its so efficient, why not keep the profits to yourselves.
Hedge Connect Review: Lending Ponzi Scheme ICO
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Hedge Connect has provided no names of the founders on their website and is pretty sleek about sharing that information to the visitors. I also checked the WHOIS for the domain (hedgeconnect.co) but it was registered privately on 29th November 2017 and provides no clue about the owner of the domain as well.

Even, in the name of products or services, the company has not done a great job so far. The affiliates are only given option to market their affiliate recruitment program. If you wish to join their affiliate recruitment program, you can do it for free. However, this will allow you the rereferral commissions only. To get access to the entire opportunity, you need to invest a minimum of $100.

It may seem lucrative, but it is not wise to invest in a MLM company that is not transparent and exhibit Ponzi Scheme’s pattern.

Hedge Connect – Compensation Plan

Hedge Connect offers worthless HC points in exchange of bitcoin. The price ranges between 0.90 dollars to 2.20 dollars. The anonymous owners then lure the affiliates to lend back these points back to the platform for earning huge ROIs as promised on their website.

  • Plan 1: You need to invest $100 – $1000 for receiving daily ROI for 189 days
  • Plan 2: You need to invest $1010 – $5000 for receiving variable ROI as well as 0.1% fixed ROI daily for 159 days
  • Plan 3: You need to invest $5010 – $10,000 for receiving variable ROI as well as 0.25% fixed ROI daily for 129 days
  • Plan 4: You need to invest $10,100 – $100,000 for receiving variable ROI as well as 0.3% fixed ROI daily for 89 days

Hedge Connect – Referral Commission

Hedge Connect offers referral commission through unilevel compensation structure. In an unilevel structure, an affiliate is placed at the top and the new affiliates recruited personally are placed directly under the affiliate who recruited them.

For example, if the top affiliate recruits new affiliates, they are placed directly under him on level 1. If any of the affiliates from level 1, recruits new affiliates, they are placed directly under that level 1 affiliate at level 2 and so on. This continues for an infinite number of rows.

A percentage of funds invested by new affiliates are used to pay the existing ones. The referral commission is paid till level 5 and the cycle begins from start thereafter.

  • Level 1: 7%
  • Level 2: 3%
  • Level 3: 1.5%
  • Level 4: 1%
  • Level 5: 0.5%

Hedge Connect Review

Pierrot Vachon: How can you pretend offering great stability when the first day of the ICO your web site totally crashes and takes hours and hours before recovering?

Павел Лиховод: Hello, you said that you give a bonus for every person I invited, but it’s not that I have not been given, why?

Albert Ferdinand Štístko: Can I ask for your names? It’s nowhere to see who’s behind the project and it does not look very trustworthy. Why not publish your identity? That’s what solid societies do.

Matan Efrati: Hedge Connect You are not responsive, not much of investor orientation… Would be great if you could reply.

Conclusion from the above Review

Before talking about the reviews, lets check the number of followers of Hedge Connect on Facebook. Considering the start date of the company, 461 followers as of this date, is a decent start. However, Hedge Connect lacks the determination to take this any forward.

The reviews talk about the bad server and low maintenance of the website with affiliates left with no information on their queries. There are other posts that are claiming that the website goes on and off and sometimes, they are not able to log in as well.

The second review above, claims that the company did not provide the promised bonus. With all these unsolved queries in list, I do not see a bright future of the company ahead.

Hence, for me, it is a no deal. There is no way one would find this opportunity at all lucrative.

The Verdict

Hedge Connect is not the only company that thinks that it can allure investors by biased claims. It mentions that the company is world’s first lending platform. Can you buy that? I do not think so.

The website goes one step ahead by claiming that its trading bot is in full time development. According to the anonymous admins, the trading bot uses proprietary algorithms which measures sentiment analysis and is capable of feeling the market based on social media posts and comments.

However, when it comes to back their claims with some evidence, you will find them at the end of the queue.

Considering the claims to be true, there is no reason for sharing the profits which they are able to make through the trading bots. Who would be willing to give away the profits if they can have it all to themselves.

Keeping all these points in mind, Hedge Connect is no more than a mere ponzi scheme trying to manipulate gullible customers instead of the cryptocurrency market through their imaginary trading bot.

Like always, once the recruitment would die, the ROI will stop coming. The affiliates joining at start would be able to make some profit. However, majority of the affiliates will lose money.

So, take wise move and step away from this opportunity as the anonymous admins will make their way out after the platform collapses and would be nowhere to be tracked.

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4 comments on Hedge Connect Review: Lending Ponzi Scheme ICO

  1. Linda Campilia

    You have so many things wrong on here, that I don’t even know where to begin!
    1. Jason and Jamie Woodruff are widely known to be behind HC! How can you not know this? Very poor research especially when Jamie himself is constantly interviewing on the news, live streams and making speeches on their company!!
    2. The trading robot is not even on the roadmap and it’s not something they are claiming as part of the company!! It’s just a futures side project dummy.
    3. You don’t even have the right Facebook page hahah their official page has over 16,000 followers. You’re looking at a fan page. Wow the laziness here!
    4. Not sure where you’re getting those quotes from cause I follow the 24/7 live support group and that Matan girl (guy?) is on there chatting with them allll the time!
    another lie!
    5. Your spelling and grammar is awful!
    This is some lazy and crappy reporting

    1. Linda Campilia is a stupid annoying bitch

    2. Hedge Connect is tottaly scam you bitch. Linda Campilia is one of them, scammer….

  2. Tholithemba Ntsele

    ICOs Need to Meet this Criteria
    1. No whales
    2. No deposit lock-ups
    3. Platform built-out before ICO completed (internal exchange, lending, staking wallets, GitHub & explorer)
    4. Enough servers
    5. Enough support people
    6. 2FA on backend
    7. Low token supply & selling less than 50% of total token supply
    8. Good explanation of how they plan to earn the money to pay out the lending interest
    9. Plans for external exchange
    10. Everybody that lend gets referrals
    11. After ICO coins (BTC/ETH) deposited in cold storage
    12. Dev/ Admin coins locked for 3 months
    13. Dev/Admin must be willing to listen to the influencers.
    14. ESCROW service?